I have just started practicing on my Grizzly 9 x 22 lathe and get chatter when I'm turning, but not facing. In the photo I have a 2" steel cylinder, the end is good when faceing, but shows chatter when I tried to use a parting tool, also marks from the tool bit (the picture shows the second tool bit I tried). What things can I try to stop the chatter. Details, I have not done anything else on this lathe, so it's essentially brand new. the cylinder is about 2" x 6", facing on the end went fine. When turning the chatter stops about 1.5" from the chuck and runs fine (what you see is the results of a frustrated newbie cleaning up with a file). With the parting and cutter tools, I tried a little above and below center but didn't notice any change. Oh, I varied speeds from 100 rpm to 450 rpm. One last tidbit, I wonder if I damaged the "power head" . My first attempt was a total goof. I started up the lathe with this steel but the chuck was not tight. After I got it stopped, the chuck jaws were bent after the cylinder whacked the tool post. I replaced the chuck with a new replacement from Grizzly, checked level, re-adjusted gibs and inspected the tool post.